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    ok obviously she isnt dead but how are they going to get out of that one?

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    ok so it was just faked

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    Welcome to the collection. Superman. :-P

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    now thats a cool super power

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    Awww when Lois was crying because she didn't get to the mudslides fast enough it was so sad. That's one reason I loved the show. I actually felt bad for the characters during those kinds of scenes because they were believable.

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    In regard to the appearance of the original Burtonverse Batmobile in "Don't Tug on Superman's Cape".

    Over the past few years, DC have been doing several Batman '66 Meets limited series. If they ever do Batman '89, it'd be fun if they could have a Lois & Clark crossover. Sure, most probably want a Burtonverse/Donnerverse crossover (and DC would more likely do that), but a Burtonverse/L&C crossover would make more sense. The appearance of its specific Batmobile (in an episode, airing within a few months of Batman Forever, where Bruce had a new Batmobile) lays the foundation for an argument that the Burtonverse movies and L&C takes place in the same universe. Not to mention the fact that the chronology works better.

    The first Burtonverse movie was released in 1989, Lois & Clark started in 1993. The first Donnerverse movie was released in 1978. In the '89 movie, the idea of Batman struck people as ridiculous. If this took place in the same universe as the Donnerverse, then Knox would've defended his ideas by pointing out that a mere eleven years before, the idea of flying aliens would've seemed absurd. By 1989, the Donnerverse had already experienced Superman, Zod, Non, Ursa, Supergirl, Selena and Nuclear Man (and who knows what else, offscreen). Batman would be accepted as a possibility.

    With a Burtonverse/L&C scenario, Superman would make his debut four years AFTER Batman. So, while a flying alien existed in 1989, nobody would know about him. By 1997 (when Batman mentions Superman in Batman and Robin), people know that Superman exists. But, like I noted, a Burtonverse/Donnerverse crossover would be more likely (with the Donnerverse being higher profile than L&C).

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